I believe every student is creative and unique in there own way, and seeking answers by means of education leads to growth and understanding. From my personal experiences, the sign of a good teacher is one who fosters an environment of encouragement.
My goal as a tutor, is to create an environment of encouragement, while thinking in a rational manner. Understanding how an answer is obtained is just as important to obtaining the correct answer. I hope to tutor chemistry, as it not only applies to questions in a classroom, but in our every day lives.
I first obtained my Chemical Sciences Diploma from British Columbia Institute of Technology in 2009, then later continued forwards with my Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry. Along with my education, I have gained extensive work in the field of research and projects which included chemical composition of plants and herbs grown in Israel and Europe, other types of food testing and pharmaceuticals.
During my post-secondary education, I tutored extensively both at school and privately.
I am an active competitor with my horse in dressage, and have won several competitions within Alberta. By continually training, I strive to attain higher levels. I am also a freelance science writer, and have had articles published in science newspapers on topics such as the effects of chemical testing.